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It can be really tricky to take the information we are learning about our Neurodivergence and put it into practice to create a life that works for our brain.

Coaching is that practical tool you're looking for.

Having a coach to keep you accountable to your goals in a judgement-free way supports you to create and actually implement those goals.


Through one hour sessions giving you a safe space to reflect, feel validated, and explore your neurodivergence and any changes you want to make in your life, you'll finish your sessions feeling empowered in your Neurodivergent identity.

Most importantly, our approach to Coaching is entirely Neurodiversity affirming. You won't find any deficits-based language or implications that Neurodivergent people need to 'develop' to become more neurotypical around here.

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1/1 Coaching Prices

Three Sessions

$600 Canadian

Six Sessions


$1150 Canadian

Twelve Sessions

$2300 Canadian

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Our Clients Say:

"Lizzie is a great, intuitive coach. She knows just the right questions to ask!”

 Coaching Exercises for Autistic / ADHDers

Below are some examples of topics we can cover - all with exercises designed specifically for your brain!

Sensory Profile

Goal Setting


Spiky Profile

Energy Accounting

Rejection Sensitive Dysphoria

Self Advocacy

Pathological Demand Avoidance

Self Awareness


Internalised Ableism

ADHD Inertia

Working Memory

Nervous System Regulation


Why choose Coaching with Lizzie?

My Lived Experience

In the back of my mind, I always knew there was something different about me. I could see that other people were picking up on it, even if I didn't know what it was. Eventually, I was diagnosed as Autistic and ADHD at the age of 30. ​ As I worked through what this meant for me personally, I was also having to think about what it meant for me at work. ​ It was this first venture into advocating for myself that lead me to seek coaching from a fellow Neurodivergent person, and opened my eyes to the scale of the challenge faced by Neurodivergent people in the workplace. ​ The challenges I was facing - the misundersandings, lack of adequate training and processes, and mistreatment - they were not just my challenges but shared by a huge number of Neurodivergent people. It was this realisation which lead me to New Deal for Neurodiversity.

My Career

I am a qualified lawyer, and I find that a lot of the skills I gained as a lawyer - advocating for others, active listening, etc - are serving me equally well in my capacity as coach and trainer in the Neurodiversity space. I decided to leave my legal career as my priorities had changed because of my diagnosis. I invested a lot of time into retraining as a Coach and Certifed DEI professional, reading extensively on Neurodiversity and related topics, and engaging with the Neurodivergent community. Very quickly my work at New Deal for Neurodiversity has been recognised as industry leading, resulting in partnerships like that with Tiimo - designing and hosting their first ever group coaching program.

My Qualifications

Since transitioning away from a corporate / legal career, I've completed the following: - Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Certification from HR University - Make ADHD Work for you in 30 days, ADHD Works - Project Management Certification, Google (via Coursera) - ADHD Coaching Certification, ADHD Works ​ These courses, coupled with my corporate experience give me unique insight into realistic pathways to tangible changes in neuro-inclusion in the workplace - as well as equipping me to support fellow Neurodivergent people! I've gone on to design and host group coaching programs for both New Deal for Neurodiversity and third-parties, like Tiimo), organise free ADHD Awareness month events, gain 60+ hours of coaching experience, publish resources for the Neurodivergent community, and more!

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